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Municipal waste

Municipal Waste is a thrash American crossover band from Richmond, Virginia. Their musical style is characterized by lyrics often themed themes in a thrash party spirit, but also by positions inspired by hardcore punk. The group is also known for its highly charged concerts, with a heavy and alcoholic atmosphere, conducive to slams and pogos. They made several clips.

Municipal Waste is formed in Richmond, Virginia in 2000>. Municipal Waste plays its first concert at New Year's Eve at Keg Party in 2000-2001>. The group is accused by the authorities of instigating a riot. The group is inspired by the thrash crossover and bands like Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, Suicidal Tendencies, Corrosion of Conformity (in its period "Animosity ), Nuclear Assault and Attitude Adjustment.

Municipal Waste runs in 2001 and 2002 in the United States and Mexico. The group publishes two splits- one 7 "with Bad Acid Trip, and the other, a 12" with Crucial Unit. They also participate in some compilations. In 2002, Brendan Trache left the band and was replaced by Brandon Ferrell, shortly before the release of Tango and Thrash at the Record Records label, and Waste 'em All is published by Six Weeks Records. After the release of Waste 'em All , Andy Harris and Brandon Ferrell leave the group, and are replaced by drummer Dave Witte and bassist LandPhil.

In 2005, Municipal Waste signed to Earache Records and recorded the album Hazardous Mutation . In 2005 and 2006, Municipal Waste made a censored, uncensored video of the song "Unleash the Bastards" .

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